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TRAVEL GUIDE: GET TO KNOW THE SEYCHELLES LINGO

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GINGER AND PINEAPPLE RUM MOJITO

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THE 3 BEST CORALS REEFS IN PARADISE

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CHAMPAGNE HULA RECIPE COCKTAIL

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PARADISE PRESERVED

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YOUR GUIDE TO BECOMING A RUM CONNOISSEUR

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EXPLORE THE PARADISE ISLANDS OF THE SEYCHELLES

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Snorkeling in the Seychelles

By on 28th April 2017
Snorkeling. One of the weirder words in the English language. And an activity that requires slightly weird, somewhat unflattering attire (let’s face it, no one looks good in a snorkeling mask). But it’s also one of the key drawcards for Seychelles tourism. The islands boast some of the best snorkeling spots in the world and ideal conditions with average surface water temperatures between 25 and 29°C – not to mention the seemingly endless array of exotic marine life.
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TRAVEL GUIDE: GET TO KNOW THE SEYCHELLES LINGO

By on 20th April 2017
The Seychelles islands have been the site of numerous cultural influences – which make it the unique holiday destination it is today. From fine, fusion cuisine, long-standing traditions from all corners of the globe, and a language quite unlike any other Creole nation, a visit to the Seychelles is a meeting point to the rest of the world. While most Seychelles locals do speak English, get stuck into the Seychelles culture by getting clued up with the local lingo
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GINGER AND PINEAPPLE RUM MOJITO

By on 13th April 2017
Deliciously yummy ginger and pineapple Takamaka Rum Mojito!
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THE 3 BEST CORALS REEFS IN PARADISE

By on 5th April 2017
The Seychelles coral reefs are magical, a delicate environment where thousands of colourful creatures co-exist in a natural kaleidoscope. Our home is blessed to be surrounded by so many reefs to explore.
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CHAMPAGNE HULA RECIPE COCKTAIL

By on 14th March 2017
French influences seep into every aspect of the Seychellois lifestyle. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the islanders have a taste for Champagne, as it is woven into their souls. While rum will always be the go-to-drink for the locals, a glass of the bubbly will appear at every special occasion. When that once in a lifetime event does occur, the locals will combine the two to create a heavenly drink that can be enjoyed on earth. Or in our case: in the Seychelles.
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